How To Make An Editorial Calendar Work For You


Do you use an Editorial Calendar for your blog? It sounds so structured and formal. But it doesn’t have to be. Make your Editorial Calendar work for you. In the way that you need it to work. Last week we talked about the structure of your blog, making a blueprint, building your dream home. Your Editorial Calendar will help you decorate your home and make it uniquely yours.

National Creme Brulee Day Monday July 27, 2015


Did you know that July 27, 2015 is National Creme Brulee day? In honor of this, I am sharing the secret recipe for Chocolate Espresso Creme Brulee. This is one of the creamiest, most flavorful, decadent desserts, EVAH! I have kept the recipe to myself ever since it was created. Perhaps you were lucky enough to have one at Hartley’s restaurant, if so, here’s my gift to you. Happy National Creme Brulee Day!

You must Answer these crucial Questions before creating your Blog’s Editorial Calendar.


An Editorial Calendar follows the blueprint of your blog. It will help you focus, keep you organized, lead to to your niche and define your blog. But before you begin assigning posts and series to dates on the Calendar there are questions that you need to answer first. These questions are crucial to your ideal reader and your blog.

“What Are You Working On?” Wednesday #7


Each Wednesday, beginning at 5 a.m., stop by and link up a blog post about a project that you are working on, or link up an old project post and give it more promotion. The project can be big or small, each week you can post a new project or update us on the progress of an ongoing project. (Any type of project, refer to list below, almost anything goes!!!)

Pinterest Recipe Review; Jalapeno Cheddar Burgers


Jalapeno Cheddar Burgers from Holly at Spend With Pennies. As it’s officially summer, grilling season has commenced in a big way around our house. My husband, Bruce, is a bit of a Weber Grill snob pro. If there is such a thing as the charcoal briquette club, he’s a member. Big plus, we all get to reap the benefits of his hard work and dedication to the grilling shrine in the backyard.

Our Story, Currently…


We’ve been led to share our story and we hope that others are helped and encouraged by our words. If you’re reading this, know you are not alone. If you need help, ask. Sometimes it may be the hardest thing that you’ve ever done, the asking. But we’re not meant to walk this world alone, we’re connected. And we need that connection to grow and move on.